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, movies, he ought to be on 60 minutes every other week. he's a man named oscar basset come he's a brave man, an aspiring man come a practitioner of nonviolence, and he was a cubin googled as i do not rush to call it, for 12 years. got out last year. i interviewed him as soon as i could. he is a follower of ghandi and martin luther king. perfect. he's even black, but no one cares. che gavara is on a free t-shirt and no one knows who oscar basset is. che gavara and basset. he's someone that all too well the nobel peace prize. he could give it to the ladies in white. these people began they were wives and sisters and daughters and so one of political prisoners caught up in the so-called black springs. they are beaten severely for what they do. they hold a candlelight vigils and the like, and the state can't stand it and it makes things very difficult for them. let me quote still known by some of us as a cubin that once wrote a famous important memoir called "against all hope." he said if the dictatorship for right wing instead of left wing we would have won the nobel prize is already. it m
, the people responsible for the oscar-winning movie the heard walker. is interesting to see that the cia has been cooperating and also whether the accounts of the movie conflict with the accounting mark owens's book which conflicts with the account of mark bonetin's book, trying to piece together a comprehensive attack by a flattened is like redoing raja lawn. >> according to our list, it did not do well in the commercial sense. it did not crack the top 400 in one week despite all the publicity although there was another title which did make a list which was some sort of romance somewhere in between. i have not read either of the two, the nonfiction or the fiction. interesting book coming dow we will talk about, a book coming out in january called the insurgents about what he considers a new breed of soldiers, scholar, tried to redefine the role of the military and general david petraeus is one of his major subjects. interesting to see whether the personal scandal will have died down enough to report to the policy issue of the role of the military and the role of generals. >> one side benefi
way too low or she had on the oscar so tight it showed the intention to florida. in some way she wanted to show off her shape so it was not legitimate rate. which a rape will stop something cold sore she gets pregnant she might not have told the fellow to stop in not be so rough but maybe she told him but not loud enough. or utterly failed to make good of the escapes so it was not legitimate rate. and then three republican candidates on the subject of rape and a fourth remains exceedingly quiet legitimate rape so we're told by eight todd akin will not produce children this simply a way can defensive biology that quickly locks the system down as safe as fort knox. exceptions for life of the mother are phony exceptions just like the others to suggest some doctors can always keep momma live. murdoch says it must be defended a pity but it is what god intended. this stance to which murdoch clangs this is what paul ryan believes. it can bring more reminders but now ms. romney has gone crazy with all of the binders. [laughter] [applause] that is it. the chair clap. [applause] >> then na
with the upcoming movie hero dark 30 directed by bigelow and written by him mark bowles, the oscar-winning movie the hurt locker and it's interesting to see the cia has been cooperating and also whether the account of the movie conflicts with the account of mark owens book which conflicts with the account of mark bodin's looks at taking all these things together and trying to piece together a comprehensive account of what has happened is almost like rashomon. >> guest: according to our list part -- paula -- paula broadwell's book does not do well commercially. it did not crack or top the 400 in any one week despite all the publicity. although there was another title which did make our list which was some sort of romance, perhaps, somewhere in between that. i have not read either of them of the nonfiction and they fiction. there's an interesting book, fred kaplan has a book coming out i think in january called the insurgent. it's about what he considers a new greet of soldiers and is tried to redefine the role of the military and general petraeus is one of the major subjects i think. it will be
. it would be a great role and i will win an oscar. hollywood has a hard time pointing out the good in things. pop music, our member growing up, there's our stories about rock stars crashing hotel rooms. and how cool it was and how rebellious it was to destroy things. but somebody had to clean that up, and he was always a made. i wonder if these rock stars who are liberal and left wing ever thinks about the little guy who has to clean up the stupid masses for the stuff have to do with when they are od'ing are getting hired or wasted and breaking things. if they can pretend to be a rebel when, in fact, they are hurting the regular guy there championing. i used to be -- [applause] they just be a time when, like being a celebrity was supposed to be edgy. you were supposed to speak truth to power. but now they french kiss. look at jon stewart. he did a whole rally making fun of the tea party. speak to power to people who are "speaking truth to power." it was the tea party who were the rebels and he was making fun of it. i think this rally was called rally for insanity. he wasn't talking about lib
60 minutes every other week. it's a man named oscar, a heroic man, a brave man, inspiring man, and a practitioner of non-violence, he got out last year, interviewed him as soon as i could. he's a follower of ghandi and martin luther king, and he's even black, but nobody cares or who who he is. they are on opposite sides of the great divide. he's someone who ought to win the nobel peace prize. give it to the ladies in white. these people who began, they were wives and sisters and daughters and so on of political prisoners caught up in the sowled black spring. a wonderful group. they are beaten and beaten severely for what they do. they hold candle light vigils and the like, and the state just can't stand it and it makes things very difficult for them. let me quote armando, used to be known, still known by some of us as the cuban writing a once famous memoir called "against all hope." a cuban dictatorship were right wing rather than left wing, we would have won nobel peace prizest already. i said in the office about the objection to my colleagues that the left, if i may, so ofte
was intriguing. it said that it was oscar becoming matter. does that sound spooky? superstitious? and religious. it certainly does not sound scientific. we can understand the cosmos based on placed on these things, but we have missed the capacity of your material things. we have missed the important of patterns and shapes forms of social organization and resilience of matter. forms of social matter what structures all their own. structures that sustain no matter what they contain. the secular mystery of a wave. a merry-go-round. you and i and the patterns and conditions bursting forth, and good mortality. we are here mythmakers and palace creators and we are multigenerational waves of culture. like science. no, we are not the first immaterial pattern in the material identity works their way out of the frozen galaxy. recruitment strategies are allied. they are equally allied. we are the repeaters of ancient patterns. repeaters who inspired and weaving tapestries. we are the tools for fantasy. yet we are only the foothills, only the starting block. now, remember the first two rules of science. lo
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